Podcast #14: Joey Juneau -- Boston Bruins Rookie Sensation, Hockey Humanitarian -- and Rocket Scientist
14-Year NHL veteran Joey Juneau enjoyed an incredible collegiate hockey career at RPI all while earning a degree in Aeronautical Engineering.
Joey went on to win a siver medal for Canada in the 1992 Olympics and became an instant sensation in Boston with a terrific post-Olympics debut in 1992 followed by a 102-point rookie season in 1992-93.
Despite his success in Boston, Joey was traded to the Washington Capitals at the trade deadline in 1994 in exchange for Al Iafrate.
Joey would proceed to have a solid NHL career with the Caps, Phoenix, Buffalo and Montreal.
Joey has devoted much of his post hockey career to helping underprivileged youngsters gain access to hockey, first-rate education and life lessons. Few have given as much back to the game and his community more than Joe.
Host: Mark Willand
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